> Your webserver should NOT be in /. > Your /usr should not have 129G free. > Your web server should not be in /usr.
In case your thinking does it matter beyond doing things correctly! What sprang to my mind immediately is that those partitions won't have things like nosuid,noexec settable without breaking things. Not to mention a rogue web server may do extra damage like filling the filesystem up may prevent upgrades etc. etc.. Partitioning on OpenBSD is a lot saner than on 'modern' Linux where too much stuff now goes in /usr (now /!!), systemd cross links are one insanity. -- KISSIS - Keep It Simple So It's Securable